Kerrie Kannberg, NCARB, RA, LEED® AP is a registered architect, LEED® Accredited Professional (2004) and Green Classroom professional designations (2011). She has served on the AIA Committee on the Environment, consulted on Architectural Research Methods, and volunteered with the Cleworth Architectural Legacy (CAL) Project, a program by the Denver Architectural Foundation working with public school children.
With her many years of experience, Kerrie brings a high-level skill set to each project. She has worked extensively overseeing complex drawing production, while keeping the project on schedule. Kerrie can seamlessly transition from concept studio layouts to meetings with owners and contractors to provide a thorough understanding to each project. She has worked on projects across the country, which has provided her with invaluable experience coordinating with various jurisdictions.
Kerrie has been recognized for several publications and grants including “Ross Montessori Community Charter - Passivhaus Report,” worked with the Governors Energy Office on technical guides/presentations for their high-performance building program and wrote “A Healthy Site, A Healthy School,” Tri-County Health Department PLACE Toolkit (2011).
Kerrie graduated with a Master of Architecture and an emphasis in Sustainable Design from the University of Colorado. She has been a licensed architect since 2015.